The Costa Daurada is one of most beautiful places on the coast of Spain, and one of the foremost tourist destinations on the Mediterranean. Its unique location offers visitors a rich and diverse landscape with a long coastline graced by the sea, a warm, sunny climate and an interior dotted with sleepy villages and picturesque farmland.
Tarragona is an excellent destination to add to any Mediterranean cruise itinerary. Open to the sea, it boasts 14 kilometres of coastline and a world-renowned mild climate, with an average annual temperature of 17 °C and 2,700 hours of sunshine per year. Thanks to the spectacular archaeological heritage of its Roman era, Tarragona has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO three times.
Come and find what you’re looking for on holiday, soak in the Mediterranean sun and enjoy like never before.
Tarragona and La Costa Daurada boast historic sites, beaches with fine golden sand and nature all within a few kilometres.
Internationally renowned cuisine, abundant cultural activities and theme parks to enjoy with your family.
Discover one of the most important riches of the region: wine and cava. The Costa Daurada has 6 Designations of Origin for wine quality and one DO Cava. This internationally renowned industry offers many of the best wines in the world.
The culture of a region
Discover the cultural wealth of our region where visitors are taken into a world of colour, light and fun by thousand-year-old traditions.
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This event is an exciting journey to Tarragona’s Roman past through a series of historical re-enactments
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Firm commitment to cruise tourism
One of the strategic guidelines set out by the Port Authority of Tarragona is to become a regular destination for cruise ships.
To that extent, the efforts of the Port of Tarragona have focused on promoting the Port of Tarragona as an alternative to other ports that are more consolidated in this type of tourism and gaining support from all territorial administrations.